By Matthew B. Gilmore For complete article click: http://intowner.com/2016/10/26/the-city-of-our-hopes-and-desires-zoning-comes-to-washington-dc/ It had a curious beginning. The tale begins with a bit of a mystery: The August 21, 1916 Evening Star reported that … Continue reading
Still Struggling, Still Preserving: Update on the District of Columbia’s Archives and Public Records Office
By Matthew B. Gilmore from: https://march.rutgers.edu/still-struggling-still-preserving-update-on-the-district-of-columbias-archives-and-public-records-office/ [Link updated 4/2019] Since this post from July 2015, there has been progress at the DC Archives. Rebecca Katz was hired as the new Public … Continue reading
MLK Library review starts at 2:52:00 (almost 3 hours into the video) 3:08:00 for Special Collections (barely a mention) NCPC approved Preliminary AND Final review.
This from the DC Public Library: “The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, at 901 G St. NW, will have a major modernization to meet the current and future needs of … Continue reading